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Chaing Mai: You can only stay in Thailand for a certain amount of time, you will need to leave the country and come back.
As much as I would like to live overseas, what if's always happen, sure it's nice to retire in a foreign country but what if a civil war breaks out or some sort of catastrophe happens in the country you are living in: earthquake, tidal wave, volcano eruption. Could you afford to come back and live in the US? Also, with Social Security requiring a bank account to do direct deposit, what arrangements are required so you can get access to that money while overseas. There is alot to consider, it's not AS EASY as this article makes it sound. Some countries are buckling down on foreigners swarming in and getting cheap deals, it's the same here with illegals and foreigers coming here and getting good deals at taxpayers expense.
In Guatemala, which has one of the highest mortality rates in the world and where violence is rampant, burial grounds have transformed into social spaces where relatives and friends of the deceased drink and dance as photographers are hired to take pictures and musicians play during funerals. Meanwhile, workers exhume bodies from plots that are behind on their payments, street peddlers set up shop and children play hide-and-seek.
so theyre saying retirees can move to guatemala and then theres another article about how there was just a mass murder in guatemala city- great! but then i guess there is crime everywhere.
Yea, you go and attempt to retire in another country. Let me know how it worked out. Just to let you know some little tidbits, though. The foreign governments are not as lenient as the USA. Also you are a foreigner there and to many countries "Have no rights"...... These guys that wrote this article didn't mention that, Did they???? Also did you know in the past decade, or so some countries have "confiscated' all the wealth that "Retirees" brought with them and jailed them. For no better reason than the retirees were better off than the locals. So you go and have a ball an retire in those foreign countries. I will just retire here and keep what I work so hard for...........................
Your retirement money will go very far.
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Count me in. When I can go, I'll be on my way. The American corportate greed has taken my health care, frozen my retirement amount years ago, and are walking people my age out of their jobs every week. No one has to wish me a goodbye or say hateful things. I'll go willingly to be able to lead a middle class life that is being sucked out of me right now. This 99%er will be one less burden on the rest of you that want to stay.
To each their own. Best of luck to all.
Yea I suggest all you Dumbocrat liberal progressives out there of any age all move to Spain. This way you can see what you Dumbocrats in local,state and of course DC are doing to this country. Free retirement money,free college, free women's birth control(as if someone one would actually lay with Sandra, sober that is, free college education, more cops, more firemen, and of course more teachers, more peeps on food stamps, open the border a little bigger so that more unskilled and un educated peeps can come on in( hey we have union teachers for that they turn out plenty of them everyday) and of course the crowning achievement to your utopian dream world free universal health care for all. They finally are fifgurifng it out that there is no one left to pay for this pile of shix you liberals have created. Maybe a few years over there in a nice riot zone would change your mine.
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